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Apple is making an ambitious foray into healthcare with a primary care program that will connect users to the tech giant’s doctors using its devices. However, the company is struggling to get the program off the ground due to inaccurate reporting of data, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Codenamed Casper, the subscription-based program was conceived shortly after the Apple Watch was launched in 2015. It will reportedly offer primary-care services and continuous health monitoring. Data collected by devices like the Apple Watch will be made available to clinicians.


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